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OH LA LA!

How I love organzas, tulle, crinolines and organdy with a mix of laces thrown in for good measure.  Put it all together and you have some really serious Oh La La! happening.  I lucked out recently when I met up with Natalie, the model in this series who has studied ballet all her life.  Put her in my dresses (inspired by the 1950s, Dior, Giselle, La Sylphide, and Swan Lake) and she just seems to float even in still photographs . .
The beauty of the 'Beatrix' Dress above is in the silhouette.  A full circular skirt and layers of tulle give the dress its hourglass shape.  Gardenias add a touch of romanticism and top off the ballerina look . . . .



Above and Below: Feeling frou frou?  The A-lined  'Gigi' Dress in an embroidered organza topped off with a tulle uber-pouf  is the perfect froth for Oh La La! weddings. . .
 

Above: The White Rose Fascinator is just the right head chic to mix up with satin, embroidery, tulle, crinoline and lace.  What beautiful movement . . . .
Below: A ballgown silhouette in embossed file is accented with and embroidered taffeta sash and silk dupioni headpiece . . . . 
 



 
 Above: The look of a traditional bride in a bouffant gown paired up with a hand embroidered belt . . .


Credits:
Photography by Bride Chic 2012
Gowns by Amy-Jo Tatum Bride
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